Kenyan Govt Refuses to Restore TV Stations' Signals
The closure of three major TV stations for the the live broadcast of the "swearing-in" of opposition National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga as the people's president, has entered its seventh day, despite the High Court suspending the shutdown for 14 days pending a hearing to challenge the order on February 1.
Journalists camp outside Nation Centre on January 31, 2018 following reports that police wanted to arrest NTV Managing Editor Linuis Kaikai.
Capital FM, 5 February 2018
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